Cities and Urbanization

San Jose, California, rethinks parking to help people and the climate

San Jose's City Council has voted to reform its outdated parking rules. Image: Unsplash/Jules Marvin Eguilos

Elizabeth Stampe

City Strategist, NRDC

Sarah Elkotbeid

Program coordinator, Healthy people and thriving communities program, NRDC

Rabi Abinour

Research Associate, American Cities Climate Challenge, NRDC

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San Jose's new parking policy should help reduce driving and make other transport methods safer and more accessible. Image: Sergio Ruiz for SPUR, via Flickr

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